This 3 stall engine house on the Arizona and Pacific Railroad measures 23 feet 4 inches wide and is 40 feet long. It utilizes block construction covered with stone native to northern Arizona and is insulated to protect against the intense Arizona summer heat. The engine house is designed to have the look and feel of a turn of the century narrow gauge railroad structure that might have stood along the rail in turn-of-the-century Colorado.
In addition to three engines, and four cars, the structure houses several displays of Allan Herschell and Miniature Train Company collectibles. Among the many displays are vintage catalogs and photographs, restored MTC crossing signals, block signals, cross bucks, right and left hand switch stands, an MTC track gauge and too many more items to mention.